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Whale Watching Tours in Morro Bay

morro bay whale watching tours
Ariana Sanchez
Ariana Sanchez
August 17, 2018

Morro Bay is a beautiful area of Central California that offers gorgeous views of the ocean and the wildlife that calls the city home. The area is also known to be an area that has whales swimming in the nearby vicinity. An excellent option for family and friends to enjoy are Morro Bay Whale Watching tours. Stay at Morro Bay hotels so you can have easy access to the bay.

Morro Bay Whale Watching is a favorite company offering tours of the area. This company will take you around Morro Bay Landing, which provides some of the best whale watching experiences off the central coast. No matter the time of year, whale watching tours are offered. During one of these trips, you’ll likely see different whale species including the California Gray Whales, Blue Whales, Humpback Whales, Finback Whales, and even Orca Whales. In addition to these whales, you’ll also see a variety of wildlife that calls the region home including seals, sea lions, dolphins and a variety of birds. Morro Bay Whale Watching tours usually last for 2 hours. Visit the official website for more information.

The company that runs Morro Bay Whale Watching also offers unique, Subsea Tours. During these subsea tours, you and your family can climb aboard a semi-submersible vessel that will take you across Morro Bay. Out on the deck, you can take in the beautiful sights of Morro Bay and then afterward, go down to the viewing room that is located below deck, beneath the surface of the water. Fixed with glass windows located on both sides of the boat, the viewing room allows guests to sit and look out the window and see the wildlife that is underneath the ocean. This narrated tour of Morro Bay is a 45-minute adventure where you and your family can get a unique look at the wildlife that lives in the waters of Morro Bay. For more information and to book your subsea adventure, visit the official website today.

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